Salem County Fairgrounds / Fair Association

735 Harding Hwy, Woodstown NJ 08098


Updated: 2017-01-03 19:54:56 Short URL: gonj.me/11025ss
The Salem County Fairground is located in Woodstown, New Jersey. These facilities host fun events throughout the year, including the annual Salem County Fair in early August. Please visit their site for more information.

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Directions

From the Delaware Memorial Bridge:
Cross the bridge and follow signs for Rt. 40 East. The Salem County Fairgrounds is approximately 7 miles on the left.

From I-295:
Take Exit 2B, at 2nd traffic light make a left onto Rt. 40 East. The Salem County Fairgrounds is approximately 7 miles on the left.

From NJ Turnpike:
Take Exit 1, take last exit before the bridge. Follow signs for Rt. 40 East. The Salem County Fairgrounds is approximately 7 miles on the left.

From the East:
Take Rt. 40 West through Woodstown. At the light on the west side of town, Rt. 40 makes a right turn. Turn right and continue on Rt. 40. Go straight through the next light. Cowtown Rodeo will be on your left. The Salem County Fairgrounds will be on the right, approximately 1/4 mile past Cowtown.


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Activities:
  • Walking
Amenities:
  • Bathrooms
Attractions:
  • Fairgrounds

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